Monday, May 9, 2011

Whispering Prairie Press Contest Open

Whispering Praire Press Contest is seeking submissions from writers over 18 for its 2011 Poetry, Flash Fiction, and Essay Writing Contests.



Poetry: 36-line limit

Flash Fiction: 1,000 word limit

Non-fiction Personal Essay: 1,000 word limit

Postmark Deadline: June 30, 2011

Prizes in each category: $100/$50/$25

Entry Fee: $5 each or 3 for $10. (Can mix categories)

(Student discount 2 for $5)

For complete contest guidelines, visit the WPP website. Results announced August 1, 2011, and winners' names posted on Kansas City Voices.

8 comments:

  1. Thanks for the info on this, Donna. I may be checking this out! :)

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  2. Hi Karen,
    You're welcome, and good luck!
    Donna

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  3. Thanks, Donna! This looks like a good one, with plenty of time to enter.

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  4. Thanks, Donna! Sounds awesome! Hey, are you going to C&C tomorrow? I'll be there.

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  5. Hi Lisa,
    Good luck!

    Hi Becky,
    Thanks. See you there.
    Donna

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  6. Thanks Donna, I may just have to do this!

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  7. hi donna - i've just come about finding you - was over at patricia stoltey's blog by way of alex j cavanaugh - how's that for a trail?! in any event, could not resist following along with you and am excited to be doing so! just as an aside, my paternal family comes from a long line of us in missouri and for many years my adult son lived in kansas city so we're almost neighbors of sorts! oh, and do drop by my blogs should you be so inclined - i have two that are my writings/poetry and a family genealogy blog that remains a major work in progress - in any event, hope you've a glorious remainder of the day! jenean

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  8. Hi Lynn,
    I've entered before but never won anything, but it's worth a shot.

    Hi Gypsy Woman,
    So glad you found my blog. Sounds like it was an adventure to get here. I will check out your blog.
    Donna

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